Katniss visits the imprisoned President Snow, who says she should blame President Coin of the rebels for the attack and Prim's death. In the film he does not say it, leaving the impression that he is paraplegic as a result of the injuries he sustained at the arena. Talk about a guilt trip. She tries to convince him that she isn't the Mockingjay everyone claims her to be. Coin, however, insists on flipping for Katniss's other major demand - the right to personally execute Panem's President Coriolanus Snow. I agree with many that the third book ended too too quick.
To that end, Plutarch uses his position as gamemaker to shape the Quarter Quell as a foundation for rebellion - centered on Hunger Games victor Katniss Everdeen. I was confused as to why she voted yes too. As they return, Peeta gives another interview. It was someone else interpretation of the words that were shown in the movie. At the same time, another pod is activated, creating a black wave that is advancing onto the squad. Meanwhile, Heavensbee urges President Coin to fire back; however, Coin decides to sit the situation out, not yet wanting to reveal to the Capitol that they aren't as defenseless as they may seem. Finnick explains to the perplexed camera crew that Katniss knows the Capitol will hurt Peeta if she does so.
In the , less time appears to have passed, as their children are much younger. The promise that life can go on, no matter how bad our losses. President Coin orders an evacuation drill. Finnick and Annie are reunited and get married. LionsGate In the Book: The same bombs that killed Prim, leave Katniss badly burned. After convincing President Coin that she has done nothing to help the war, Katniss demands going to the Capitol to fight. Instead, this information is relayed to Katniss by Haymitch, who reads a letter Plutarch wrote to Katniss because he was unable to see her in person.
I think in time she could have let that go especially given how many times Gale had saved Prim for her over the years. They get peeta back eventually but when … katniss goes to see him she hugs him and he tries to strangle her and eventually they get him under control but peeta is still sceptical about katniss. A tour was also scheduled, starting at Books of Wonder in New York where the official party took place. The book has also been released in e-book format and topped sales in the week ending with August 29, 2010, beating out , which had held the top spot since April. And then she goes all hyprocritical and hates Gale.
Katniss is confused on what to do and who to be with. Peeta, Annie and Beetee vote no. He used counter-agents to neutralize the poison, but their effect was incomplete, leaving him with permanent bleeding sores in his mouth; to neutralize the smell, Snow is always surrounded by scented flowers. Seriously I had no idea I was team Gale. Or at least, she's supposed to. As soon as the bombs began to drop after the Quarter Quell, Gale led people to the Meadow.
Gale could lead her, allowing her to lean on his strength throughout her recovery. Still, it's always interesting to see what changes were made for the big screen. She heads back to District 2 and is part of a summit about whether to attack the other side humanely or inhumanely. Castor and Pollux - Greek Mythology Face Off also has two characters who are brothers: Castor and Pollux I got lost when toward the end the road split and Gale was captured and Katniss talks about seeing the bloody blond ponytail. But maybe she had already decided to kill Coin. The way she ran District 13: everyone having a schedule imprinted on the arm, limited food, the lack of distraction and fun.
I did my best, but English is not my mother tongue. I was Team Katniss, but I preferred Peeta over Gale I really hated Gale. Both Katniss and I undoubtedly loved Peeta. I get up, and wipe the tears from my cheek, and slip off the bed. It seems as if hours pass, before we break to breathe. When she regains consciousness, she's stuck in her hospital bed in President Snow's mansion as the doctors treat the burns.
In the book, the whole mission is performed off-screen. The main difference is that the Peacekeepers don't get killed by the Mutts and are only seen as Katniss and the other four survivors emerge from the sewers and flee. Katniss has to star in commercials for the rebel side, called propos. Wet burned bread that was meant for pigs. Ok — if you know my spoiler page you know the drill. Just think of the last books u read the last movies u saw they all ended with the bad guy loosing. The Capitol applies Tracker Jacker Venom to Peeta and it makes him want to hate Katniss.
The broadcast that is supposed to act as a distraction is not live but recorded in the book, and Katniss also has a though short part in it. Leeg 2 dies while clearing a pod, when it shoots a metal dart into her brain. And then suddenly she is home with Peeta and Gale…. I feel that most of the answers to all of the questions is up to the imagination of the reader and the way we interpret what we read. However, she doubts her ability to lead such a cause, thinking that every time she tries to help the districts, her actions result in death and destruction. On the brighter side, she does gets to execute Snow in a huge arena in front of all of Panem. Did you catch that she kills Coin, not Snow in the end? Gale is no longer in the picture and works for another district.
Throughout the series, Gale was constant. The main power of the Capitol is cut off, and with only back-up generators working, the city's defenses and broadcast capabilities are severely weakened. After the end credits, the Mockingjay logo from The Hunger Games appears, turns into the Mockingjay logo from The Hunger Games: Catching fire, and then turns into the Mockingjay logo from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1. There is no communication at all with the rescue team in the book. The bright yellow that means rebirth instead of destruction. Katniss remembers a conversation with Snow in which they promised not to lie to each other. They all worked feverishly to survive, but then appeared to have nothing to live for.